FIAT 500, SOUTHEND-ON-SEA.
Working on behalf of Essex Auto Group and the buildings Architects I came up with this interesting perspective to reflex the clean modern design of the new showroom, using the geometric angles of the floor, walls and shelves in an echo effect. (Sorry I didn’t get an an image of the month posted for April. Time slipped by! H.)
TRUCKS IN RAIN, RUGBY.
Bad light didn’t stop play here, if anything it helped the colour saturation, aided by some fill-in flash. Shot for a new corporate brochure to illustrate business partnerships for NFT Distribution.
WINTER SCENE, LEEDS
I shot this last week as a potential winters view for my future calendar. I have since learned a new word – Rime!
rime. noun. (also rime ice) – frost formed on cold objects by the rapid freezing of water vapor in cloud or fog.
STREET ARTIST, MANCHESTER.
The New Year is a time for thought, contemplation and appraisal. Why not try it in the street!
My Festive offering for 2007. Enjoy!
On returning from the World Cup Final, I shot this moody image of Lewis Moody for the 2008 Gilbert Rugby brochure commissioned by Jellyfish design agency. Using the traditional changing rooms, we created a portrait with tension and pensive thought before a big match. H.
Leeds latest landmark is an obvious draw for a photographers eye. On a fabulously sunny day I wanted to do something different here, so I gave this massive structure a toy like feel by framing it in contrast to a lamppost and crane. Enjoy!